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DEO. 3, 1894. '
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29 I 30
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J5 26 27 ' 2S ,
fokiugx mail service.
Steamships will leave for nml
trcra San Francisco and other foreim
till the close ot 1S94.
iJOE at Honolulu
Fm. Sax Feaxcisoo
for Sax Fkancjsco
iliowera 2vov 3,
Australia.... Nov. 10
Mariposa.... Nov. 15j
Oceanic JNov 19,
iiiowera Nov 24
Oceanic Dec 31
Mariposa Dec. 20
Arawa Dec. 1
Australia Dec. 8
Monowai ....Dec. 13
Miowera Dec. 31
China Dec 31
Arawa Dec. 24
Australia Dec. 29
The Pantheon Saloon is the
depot for the celebrated Enter
priseBeer, where it can always he
found cnol and fresh on tap. We
do not deal in ''Fredericksburg
Beer" as the morning Paper
through some mistake has adver
tised. Call at. the Pantheon for
JIM DODD, Proprietor.
The Honolulu Clock Depot,
PROTO & EUBEY, No 4 Mas
and Watches of all kinds kopt in
stock and sold for cash or weekly
aud monthly payments. P. O.
Box 441. .
D. W. McNichol of the Empire
Saloon has made a new deal
which will touch the hearts, or at
least the palates of man' a thirsty
wanderer. Ho keeps 'half-and-half"
ou'jdraught and serves a
most delicious and cool bevorage,
far superior to "plain" beer.
se 17 tf
J. J. Williams the well-known
Artistic Photographer is making
a specialty of portraits on Watch
Dials and Silk Handkerchiefs.
Complete sets of Lantern slides
lectures can bo had at the gallery.
For they aro sold at a reasonable
figure by the dozen or by the
jflF""For Bargains in New
and Second-hand Furniture,
Lawn blowers, Wicker Chairs.
Garden Hose, etc , call at the I.
X. L., corner of Nuuanu and
$3rlf you want to sell out
your Furniture in its entirety,
call at the I. X. L.
$3T Bedroom Set, Ward
robes, Ice Boxes, Stoves, Hang
ing Lamps, Bugs. Bureaus,
Chiflouiors, Steamer and Veranda
Chairs, Bed Lounges, Sofas,
Baby Cribs, Clothes Baskets,
Sewing Machines, "Whatnots,
Meat Safes, Trunks, etc., sold at
the lowest Cash Prices at tho I.
X. L., corner of Nnuanu and
THE WAR ENDED.
There is no doubt that tho
Japanese Army has by this time
mado its triumphant march into
Peking. It is no use to discuss
tho causes which led to tho con
stant victories of the bravest of
brave nations. Tho truth is that
tho soldiers wero furnished with
goods that only Japan can secure.
In spito of tho largo demands of
the Japanese government on tho
manufacturers tho Dai Nippon on
Hotel Street has been able to se
cure some of tho very best goods
aud on tho Oceanic there was
received a shipmont of
Japanese Fancy, Ware
and Xmas Goods
ilinf will nnrnlvZO the community
The Japanese Army will take
Pekiuc. but the Dai Nu'rrQN will
ini-nv,iin with its large as-
sortment of Silk Crepes and
other Japanese Goods. Before
buying tho usual styleXuias Pre
sents, call at tho
2-Hotel St (Arlington Block.)
J. P. P. ColCACO, Proprietress.
are ready for
haa w " , .. T vnronicle
I " PUDiiahed for Decemb.
The band will
play at Emmer
The Leilani Boat Club dan
m race place next Friday.
xne orne libel case has been
Very little business war
sacted in the District Court this
The attorney-general ami h;at
uarsen inspected the Bowen pre
mises last Saturdav.
rvu l n
-uuo uana could not nlav at
Emma Square last Saturday eve
Earthquake last nicht! Morn
pni- , . .
Kojalist conspiracies. They oven
use tho elements.
James Brown was arrested last
nirrlil- am n .1 . p
-:faU uu u cuarge oi assaulting
Lawyers will leave for Maui to
morrow, and look after their cases
before the Circuit Court.
Previous to taking charge of the
Electric Works, Captain Pratt
will take a trip to San Francisco.
Tho only place., for all Hawai
ian Watercolor Christmas Cards,
is at KING BROS., ART Store!
In spito of the miserable weath
er a large number of people visited
the Waikiki resorts 'esterdity and
enjoyed life anp bathing.
Messrs Torril and Griffith, the
two champion whell-men will
leave in the Albart to-morrow.
Ho! Ho! Chief Crowley is not
altogether devoting his time to
recreation and leprosy. How
Call at the Masonic Building
on AiaKea otreec ana nss tor a
catalogue of the Waterbuiy
Clock Coinpan-. Then you will
know what to order.
The revolution (sicl) on Maui
it 1 1 i
seems to worry tne autnonues.
Why doesn't "Billy" Smith go
up and meet hia old "chums."
He hasn't been forgotten!
The police was very numerous
at Waikiki last Saturday. Evi
dently tkoy expected that the
Australia would stop at Sans
Souoi, and land the often pro
mised arms or opinm.
Don't forgot the sale of tailors
good next Wednesday and Thurs
daj It is Hackfeld it Co's. goods
and J. F. .Morgan is tho auc
tioneer. Mr. and Mrs. J. J.Egan have
met a sad bereavomeat through
tho death of thoir infant daughter.
Tho funeral took place this morn
The Paradise of the Pacific is
now being prepared. Editor
Hoogs is not sure of getting any
poetry iu this issue, but it is
sincerity hoped that he. can raise
a Dutch' Xmns Carol at reduced
price for the festive occassion.
The new watch shop on King
Street opposite the California
Fruit Market is now in full blast.
H G- Braid is a'first class watch
maker and jeweller and deserves
The French dinner at the Hotel
last Saturday trss a great success.
It is hoped that the experiment
will be repeated, and that Hono
lulu will have an occasional chauce
to Mt properly and nicely,
icnrl mounted police men
made fools of themselves Ust
nicht. One arrested a peaceful
bi. nf Mr. Lishman and
flfflrV:. o Vmaka Without
And most ot tuem
to stop this nuisance?
Tr. George lycurgus, ihe
genial heat of Sana SoucL return
ed from Kauai yesterday. The
gentleman must evidently be a
very popular mau in this comuiu-
- oiuve msuepan
ure nas been busy at guessing his
wbere aboutg. D
Amas cards are not the fashion
oi tne season. That is, the old-
f 1 1
timed cards which everybody has
seen and everybody has been
tired of. Th
colora dealing with
WMAVthJ All naLci
sajects are Jthe only proper fad.
J-iiey are the fashion of the day,
and they can only be obtained
from Kincr Bros. Arf cfr tt.
Honolulu's favorite steamer Aus
tralia, Captain Houdiett arrived
this morning andjthe community
was rolieved of considerable anx-
letv nnncod 1. n i - i
delv a . P ' . .,. ?
v yaii. in ;uor macuin-
ery necessitated theMelav of hr
sailing nour and she left San
Francisco on the orflninrr nf Mi a
26th ulL Tho steams l,n . r,na
passage although the f swell was
ratuer, heavy and she
number of nassnnfrorc
heavy fieight list.
Mrs. Ellen Graham nee jConay
and her two children arrived this
morning in the Australia. Mrs.
Graham who is one of Honolulu's
most favored society belles will
visit her mother for some time.
Her many friends were profuse
in welcoming her to her home
and congratulating her on her
Mr. McStockor who has been
on an official trip to Victoria and
San Francisco returned this
morning. Mrs. McStocker and
the Misses Afong accompaBied
Mr. W. H. -Coney, who has
finished his studios in tbe States
returned this morning aud will
probably take up his permanent
Major Seward was a passenger
in the Australia. His health is
much benefitted by his trip.
There was no change in Mr. C.
O. Berger's condition at the time
of Australia's departure.
Judge WidemanuSwill arrive in
San Francisco on next Saturday
and will return to Honolulu in
the Mariposa. In Jregard to his
mission a cablegram says:
London, Nov. 23. Judge "Wide-
mann sent on a mission to En
gland by nx-Q'ieen Liliuokalani;
has finished his visit here and
gono to uermany. trom avnicn
country ho will return to Hawaii
via New York. Tho Judge has
not met with success.
Th. Lindsay therpopulaiyew-
eller returned this morning after
having enjoyed a splendid trip to
Mr John D. Spreckels did not
me down .in the Australia as
expected. He will probably
arrive after New Tear.
Dr. Geo. Herbet returned to
The funeral of S. Von. Topaz,
a suicide, took place yesterday.
The ceremon was conducted
with military honors and the gov
ornment band was in attendance.
We desire to say nothing against
the poor man whom we from per
sonal experience 'consider insane;
but wo consider it proper to call
tho atlontion to the fact that 7io
Christian church under any cir
cumstances and under any sect
tolerates a Christian funeral to
a man who violates all christian
principles by committing suicide.
We aro not orthodox in any way
but we are surprised to see the
"Most Christian government of
the Most Christian Republic of
Hawaii" willing to commit a seri
ous breach not alone on good
form and military etiquette but on
Christian dogmas. We won't
have any kick coming, though, if
tho poor fellow's comrades will
-fgllow his example.
A FASHIONABLE WEDDING:
Miss Helena Isenberg was mar
ried to Mr--Carl Wolters on Kau
ai last Friday evening. The
bride is a daughter of Mr. Carl
Isenborg and the bridegroom
is the popular manager of the
Lihue plantation. The ceremony
took place in the Lihue church,
Herr Pastorl Isenberg'ofSciating.
It is unnecessary to state that
"all Kauai" was present oa-the
festive occasion and that good
wishes were showered. in abund
ance on the heads of the happy
couple. Among the Honolulu
friends who witnessed the nup
tials are mentioned Mr. H. Wol
ters and Consul H. Hackfefd.
Dvath of Inios P. Jones.
A well known and highly re
spected kamaaina has crossed the
Styx. Eighty years ago Amos P.
Jones was born in Maine, "United
States, and he spent the best part
of his life in Hawaii-nei. As a
sugar planter in Wailuku he was
admired as one of the pioneers of
the ranks. As an agriculturist in
Makawao ho made a success, and
his potatoes and corns found a
ready market in California. In
latter years he passed his days in
his quiet home in the Maui
Mountains and in spite of his ago
he the most energetic iu
starting a successful market for
preserved fruits. Age fiually
overcame him aud he came to
Honolulu for medical treatment.
In spite of tenderest care he suc
corubed and death has called
away another member of the old
stock who helped to make Hawaii
what it is or ought to be today.
The deceased was a temperate,
modest and just man, and the
nick-name given to him was an
honor and not a bla'me. He was
known as Qjaker Jones. Tho
departed gentleman leaves a wife
living on Meui, and who was
prevented Irom coming to the city
through tho stormy weather
which prevented' the steamers to
stop on that island. Children
in the United States and step
children in Hawaii mourn the
loss of a true and faithful friend.
The funeral took place this after
noon at 2:30 o'clock.
" ITOHAN "
Wholesale and Retail
FULL LINE OF
Silk and Cotton Dress Goods
Etc Etc Etc
Silk, and Linen Crape Shirts
of Complete Stock, made b'
Tamatoya of Tokohhma
When 3'ou are in noed of any
line of Japanese - Goods, give us
first call and save going all around
20b Fort St, near Custom House
H. MAY & Co.,
93.Fort Street, - Honolulu
Families, Plantations and Ships
supplied with choicest
European & American Groceries
California Produce by Every
Mrs. Friexax.v, who
our Dress Making Department,
has returned from Chicago and is
iust overloaded with fashions.
styles, and talks from morning to
night about dresses being cut
this way and that way. and this
is in fashion and that out of fash
ion. abuot how this ought to be
made and that ought to be made.
It's worth your while to hear her.
She says we are in it with the
best of them when it gets to hand
ling stylish goods.
Rainy weather glways suggests
something warm . and as all Wool
Flannels and Flannelettes are
the thing we propose to decrease
our stock of them somewhat
during the week, at what is be
coming quite well known as
Quick Sale and Small Profit
Flannel is an article in every
dai demand, aud as necessary to
tho complete outfit as air and
light to perfect health and
streugth. For Night' Dresses,
Chemises andE.uickers nothing is
better, while for dresses nothing
is neater or more comfortable.
We are going to move these
goods and now is the time to buy
them, and when you are doing
it, don't forget that we are making
a run thisweek on Flannel and
Flannelettes, that other bargains
Yes your five cent check
is worth just as much as a five
dollar one it is not the value of
the checks that takes you to the
Volcano but tho number you have
B. F. EHLERS & CO.
the POINT !
is not always a pleasant opposi
tion especially if there's a
TACK cm Hie Floor
And you are bare-footed, you are
sure to find it. You are
equally sure to fine other
things that leave attractive
points Eminantiy suituble
nov 7 tf
T. B. Murray
Hig jSTew Sliops-
321 k 3-23, King St. opposite Smith St.
Large Stock, more Boom, more Work,
more Men and better facilities then ever
o building and repairing.
and tarn oat Work in pood shape and in
short order, and at prices suitable to
the times. Bat cannot set Axles
at San Francises prices as it
will not pay
done in a first class manner.
4 HORSE SHOENG SHOPS
Is, a feature of the establishment.
MUTUAL TELEPHONE 572.
Can't sleep, can't
eat, tired, thirsty? It"?
a toale tou want.
V UCWD NOaOiUXC EASXY HAE
purines the blood.
tkkjes the palate.
WUATS THE DIFFER
tot APfSrCl.NO anJ WUOLSSOia
tEitPSSANCS DRINK in tiio trer'.J. THY IT.
Ask your DrcifU: or arocrr for It.
C E. HIRES. PHILADELPHIA
for pleasure and pet a
tonic. You take it as a
tonic and get pleasure.
Morning, aSToon, jNTioflit
Good all the time. It removes the Unsrtior ot mornta- sitstaltM Um taesfe at, Men.
lulls the weariness of nhjht HIRES ROOTBEER deHctous, sprklte, apftittske. CTd as
- luxury, good as a tonic.
It Is beyond all dispute a wonderful health-givins drink, and It Is very asy for aa v fle
to uuderstand why this is so. The root, herbs, barks and berries, from which HIRES ROOT.
BEER is skillfully made, are the identical tulnirs from which physician set Unrtr most hJp
ful remedies. For instance: Do vou believe that sarsaparilhris a valuable remedy ! Well
HIRES ROOTBEER contains more sarsaparilla than many sarsaparlllai. The ame te true a
to other ingredients.
It is dolnz more to advance practical temperance than many people reallie. It Is used
and recommended bv the most cautious and conservative tempo raitce people. Th most
scrupulous abstainer "can enjoy HIRES ROOTBEER hlrcctli. and recommend It to others as
an agreeable and healthful substitute for the strong drink which he oppojes.
It is a homemde and homcmaklnc beverage. It Is very easily prepared.
plain directions are followed, it will always be
babv to the grandfather, can enjoy HIRE& KOOTHhhK, ami every one or them wtu savw
better health for each swallow thev take. It improves tbe appetite, purifies the blood, ami
tones the whole system. Children especially dellsht hi HIRES ROOTBEER. Its prepara
tion Interests thefn, and Its u'e does them good. In thousands of home. "HIRES ROOT
BEER that mother made," wilj be among' the happiest recollections of childhood.
BEWARE ! Do not confound It with other Root beer preparations, vs It h entirely an
like anything else of the kind. Beware of extracts advertised for making" Rootbeer, as they
are composed chiefly of coloring matter and oils to give them flavor, which excite the nerve
and cause nausea.
Hires Improved Rootbecr packages makes reallv the most harmless of oar fahkaWe
drinks, yet nourishing and strengthening the blood. It cleanses the system of tbe pofeontii
humors that develop in kidney and urinary diseases, and In fact, in any case that arisos from
an impure state of the blood.
Hires Improved Rootbccr is offered to the public with full confidence of ltd merits. It
contains no poisonous or injurious properties whatever, and an Infant may take it with per
BENSON, SMITH & CO
LEWIS & CO
IU P. 0.
The Cheapest Place
on the Islands to
Buy New & Second-Hand
TTTH TSTTTITTl TT! t
ruj IS AT THE
II CORNER OF ,1 X I
jy King & Nuuanu Sts. J. J-J
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
- EAST CORNER FORT fc KING STS.
New Goods Rec'd
By every Packet from tho Eastern States and Europe.
Fresh California Produce by every steamer.
All orders faithfully attended to, and Goods delivered to
any part o'f the city FREE OF CHARGE.
Island Orders Solicited.
Office Box No. 14o, Telephone 2to. iri. 4r
Ssppese NldirAw'i esd
It tnbrtu. be m asaned
Br Ba-ic tnr, t
TMftk ttta a mmix It
For pttsrta, div aud
To stead and difek pu
MAXES FIVE CAUC.NS
ami if tbe
cood. Every member of the family, from the
Mutual Telephone 245.
Satisfaction Guaranteed. Post